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How One Employee 'Pushed the Wrong Button', Unleashed Doomsday Panic Across Hawaii
By Tyler Durden / ZeroHedge Shortly before panicked Hawaiians stuffed children into storm drains and said their goodbyes on the morning of January 13, an unnamed employee at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (H-EMA) accidentally selected the wrong dropdown menu choice, resulting in a live broadcast to the cell phones
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